Kungshamra is a classic student area situated in Solna municipality, north of Stockholm, close to Ulriksdal Palace and the beautiful countryside that surrounds it. The land was a gift from Former King Gustav VI Adolf, which enabled the construction of more student housing in Stockholm.
The buildings have between two and four storeys and are grouped around small, leafy courtyards, giving a more familiar atmosphere within a larger area. In 2004, the Kungshamra campus was extended to include seven new buildings, constructed in a style in keeping with the area. The housing complex offers plenty of single rooms as well as accommodation in larger student apartments.
Visiting and postal address: Kungshamra 1, 170 70 Solna
Address: Kungshamra 1–83, 170 70 Solna
Metro station: Bergshamra
Kungshamra was built in the mid 1960s.
Kungshamra 2, 3, 47, 48, 81, 82, 83 were built 2004-2005.
12-14 of the student rooms share communal kitchen and dining room.
There are student rooms both with and without furniture. The other accommodation units are without furniture.
Equipment in kitchens/kitchenettes
The bedsits with kitchenette are equipped with fridge with freezer-compartment and a stove with oven.
The apartments with kitchen/kitchenette are equipped with fridge/freezer and a stove with oven.
The communal kitchens have fridges/freezers and stoves with oven.
Number of floors
The buildings has 2-4 floors. Elevator is available in some of the buildings.
Adaption for disability
Our newly built apartments is adapted for disability to the extent that you can drive in with an indoor wheelchair and rotate it in the hall and wet room. The older buildings have no adaptations for disability.
Kungshamra 2, 3, 47, 48, 81, 82, 83 has an electronic locking system in all the shared and public areas.
Broadband fee, heating and heating of water is included in the rent. Apartments in Kungshamra 83 have individual electricity metering. In all other accommodation units electricity is included in the rent.
The building has district heating.